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ITEM_NO TITLE DATES DESCRIPTION MEDIA LINK SURNAMES GEOGRAPHY TYPE TOPIC AUTHOR  
2013-095.27.049 TSF Collection, "Courtesy & Common Sense" Horseback Riding Rules II  20th-century  Rest of the typed list titled "Courtesy & Common Sense" that lists various rules and suggestions for successful horse-riding, particularly in situations when riding with a group. This page lists rules 17-25, while the beginning of the list is recorded in the RHS database as 2013-095.27.048. Measures 8.5" x 11".      Note  Horses Horseback Riding    vertical
2013-095.27.063 TSF Collection, Wingert "Cooshay Auvec" Cartoon  World War II  Newspaper cartoon by Sgt. Dick Wingert that depicts two chic women sitting in a cafT gossiping about an unseemly, worn-out soldier that had just walked into the cafT while holding a small book. The caption is: "Don't look now, but there's old 'Cooshay Auvec' back in town." Currently measures 4" x 3.5".  Wingert    Newspaper  Newspaper World War II Wingert Cartoon  Sgt. Dick Wingert  vertical
2013-095.27.062 TSF Collection, Newspaper clipping about World War II and Hubert cartoon  World War II  Newspaper clipping of a section of an article about World War II and section of a cartoon below it. The article discusses American industrial and agricultural production towards the war effort and strikes that are occurring. The writer claims that "rumors about the home front are mostly unfounded. That strikes have cost the war effort less than one tenth of 1 percent of the total time available since December 7, 9141...Next time we snipe at the folks at home, let's think for a moment whom we mean. Our fathers and mothers, sisters and brothers, pals and gals. As American as we are. As eager to finish this war. As famished for us as we are for them." Most of the cartoon below the article is lost due to fire, but it is a Hubert cartoon by Sgt. Dick Wingert. The only part of the cartoon that is visible is a storefront sign: "Le Triomphe." Newspaper clipping currently measures 6.75" x 7.5".  Wingert    Newspaper  Newspaper World War II Hubert Cartoon  Sgt. Dick Wingert  vertical
2013-095.27.059.4 TSF Collection, Letter to Carmen and Olin Dows IV  20th-century  Typewritten letter to Carmen and Olin Dows from "Smedley, Luis, and me." This is the backside of the second page of the letter; the rest of the letter is recorded in the RHS database as 2013-095.27.59.1-3. The first paragraph discusses the author's pregnancy; her baby is supposedly due at the end of May. She says that when Carmen and Olin return she "will be as big as a house". The last paragraph discusses Josephina's upcoming wedding. The letter is signed "Smedly, Luis, and me." Currently measures 6" x 5.5".  Dows    Letter  Letter Carmen Dows Olin Dows  Smedley and Luis  vertical
2013-095.27.059.3 TSF Collection, Letter to Carmen and Olin Dows III  20th-century  Typewritten letter to Carmen and Olin Dows from "Smedley, Luis, and me." This is the front side of the second page of the letter; the rest of the letter is recorded in the RHS database as 2013-095.27.59.1-2 and 2013-095.27.59.4. On the top of the page, the author writes how the Mayhards hare having a small dance on December 3rd and the authors are having a dinner party beforehand. In the first full paragraph, the author discusses the "ups and downs" of Luis' business life. The author discusses how Luis was invited to a lunch with "Nelson and his cronies," but to the left of this section in the margins, "(they canceled the lunch)" is written in blue pen. In the second paragraph, the author apologies for not writing about "the rug" sooner and discusses receiving color samples. Currently measures 6" x 5.5".  Dows    Letter  Letter Carmen Dows Olin Dows  Smedley and Luis  vertical
2013-095.27.059.2 TSF Collection, Letter to Carmen and Olin Dows II  20th-century  Typewritten letter to Carmen and Olin Dows from "Smedley, Luis, and me." This is the backside of the first of two pages; the rest of the letter is recorded in the RHS database as 2013-095.27.59.1 and 2013-095.27.3-4. The author of the letter discusses a complicated situation between Smedley and Betty, among other things. Currently measures 5.75" x 5.5".  Dows    Letter  Letter Carmen Dows Olin Dows  Smedley and Luis  vertical
2013-095.27.057.4 TSF Collection, Letter to a young Olin Dows IV  20th-century  Letter with "Foxhollow Farm, Rhinebeck, New York" letterhead to presumably a young Olin at school. This is the backside of the second page of the letter. The rest of the letter is recorded in the RHS database as 2013-095.27.057.1-3.The letter seems to be from his mother who writes to Olin about how he should get home from school and various other things, like how she has pushing his sister Deborah around on a sled in the snow. Although this letter seems to be written by Alice Olin Dows, it seems to be signed by a name that begins with "M." Measures 6.75" x 5.25".  Dows Olin    Letter  Family Letter Olin Dows    vertical
2013-095.27.057.3 TSF Collection, Letter to a young Olin Dows III  20th-century  Letter with "Foxhollow Farm, Rhinebeck, New York" letterhead to presumably a young Olin at school. This is the front side of the second page of the letter. The rest of the letter is recorded in the RHS database as 2013-095.27.057.1-2 and 2013-095.27.057.4.The letter seems to be from his mother who writes to Olin about how he should get home from school and various other things, like how she has pushing his sister Deborah around on a sled in the snow. Measures 6.75" x 5.25".  Dows Olin    Letter  Family Letter Olin Dows    vertical
2013-095.27.057.2 TSF Collection, Letter to a young Olin Dows II  20th-century  Letter with "Foxhollow Farm, Rhinebeck, New York" letterhead to presumably a young Olin at school. This is the backside of the first of two pages, and the rest of the letter is recorded in the RHS database as 2013-095.27.057.1 and 2013-095.27.057.3-4.The letter seems to be from his mother who writes to Olin about how he should get home from school and various other things, like how she has pushing his sister Deborah around on a sled in the snow. Measures 6.75" x 5.25".  Dows Olin    Letter  Family Letter Olin Dows    vertical
2013-095.27.057.1 TSF Collection, Letter to a young Olin Dows  20th-century  Letter with "Foxhollow Farm, Rhinebeck, New York" letterhead to presumably a young Olin at school. This is the front side of the first of two pages, and the rest of the letter is recorded in the RHS database as 2013-095.27.057.2-4.The letter seems to be from his mother who writes to Olin about how he should get home from school and various other things, like how she has pushing his sister Deborah around on a sled in the snow. Measures 6.75" x 5.25".  Dows Olin    Letter  Family Letter Olin Dows    vertical
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